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1. Ms 2, 1874 (February 16, 1874) par. 26 (97%)
I had a very impressive dream. I thought a First-day Adventist brought in to me a large cake of beautiful looking honey and said, “This is to feed the children.”

2. Testimonies for the Church, vol. 1, p. 714.2 (Ellen G. White) (89%)
... Wisconsin. These men had been first-day Adventist preachers, who professed to accept ...

3. Manuscript Releases, vol. 4 [Nos. 210-259], p. 339.3 (Ellen G. White) (85%)
February 26, 1874, Monday—I had a very impressive dream. I thought a First-day Adventist brought in to me a large cake of beautiful-looking honey and said, “This is to feed the children.”

4. Manuscript Release No 1033, p. 38.2 (Ellen G. White) (85%)
... cousin to Edwin Burnham, a First-day Adventist. He was considered one of ...

5. Ellen G. White: The Lonely Years: 1876-1891 (vol. 3), p. 232.5 (Arthur L. White) (85%)
... preached. Smith reported that “a first-day Adventist minister who was present Sabbath ...

6. Ellen G. White: The Lonely Years: 1876-1891 (vol. 3), p. 255.5 (Arthur L. White) (85%)
... of age. He was a first-day Adventist lay preacher when he accepted ...

7. Ellen G. White: The Early Years: 1827-1862 (vol. 1), p. 258.4 (Arthur L. White) (85%)
... made by Miles Grant, a first-day Adventist minister, that she had declared ...

8. Ellen G. White: The Early Years: 1827-1862 (vol. 1), p. 275.2 (Arthur L. White) (85%)
... physician, who was also a first-day Adventist preacher, who (before he saw ...

9. Ellen G. White: The Early Years: 1827-1862 (vol. 1), p. 308.5 (Arthur L. White) (85%)
... March 1. Stephenson was a first-day Adventist minister who had recently accepted ...

10. Ellen G. White: The Early Years: 1827-1862 (vol. 1), p. 344.3 (Arthur L. White) (85%)
... , of Princeton, Massachusetts. As a first-day Adventist he had begun to preach ...

11. The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 190.4 (Ellen G. White) (85%)
... made here is that the first-day Adventist ministers (“shepherds”) had rejected the ...

12. The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 255.2 (Ellen G. White) (85%)
... , who sent several letters to first-day Adventist papers during the latter 1840s ...

13. Ms 50, 1890 (December 6, 1890) par. 4 (85%)
... cousin to Edwin Burnham, a First-day Adventist. He was considered one of ...

14. Lt 11, 1869 (September 1, 1869) par. 2 (85%)
... the particulars of the Springfield [First-Day Adventist] camp meeting, but cannot. I ...

15. Lt 11, 1869 (September 1, 1869) par. 3 (85%)
... and rage was manifested by [First-Day] Adventist ministers. Such a hellish spirit ...

16. Lt 28, 1872 (February 27, 1872) par. 14 (85%)
... Mrs. Mansfield, who is a First-day Adventist speaker, has reported I traveled ...

17. Lt 11, 1878 (February 23, 1878) par. 2 (85%)
... State of Maine and a First-day Adventist. His utterance was so choked ...

18. Lt 48, 1878 (August 28, 1878) par. 6 (85%)
... you. Brother Mooney, once a First-day Adventist, said he did hope to ...

19. Ms 8, 1902 (January 27, 1902) par. 26 (85%)
... . “Liberty, glorious liberty!” echo the First-day Adventist ministers, and add, “The law ...

20. Ms 21, 1902 (February 13, 1902) par. 19 (85%)
... has been in behalf of First-day Adventist ministers who claim to observe ...